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Superstructures Poems

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Skyscrapers in every nation,
Signs of mankind's aspiration,
Millions of plebs face starvation.
No dwellings for them, deprivation,
No, skyscrapers they keep building,
How many lilies are they gilding?
What else could they be doing?...Read More
Categories: superstructures, angst, earth, irony, people,
Form: Free verse

Letter to Ellen Johnson - Sirleaf
I rather watch a kestrel to see
Her swoop and swirl
The skies invisible maze
To feed the inhabitants of her nest
Her milk of gratitude

Morning begins with a bright darkness
And the beckoning beaks for food
There is a wind ruffled mood
Yawing the feathers of...Read More
Categories: superstructures, black african american, history, politicalold, self, old,
Form: Free verse